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    The Sumpter Valley Railroad Restoration Inc., the non-profit organization that runs the tourist railroad, owns a collection of rolling stock accumulated since its creation in 1971. This collection includes rolling stock that ran on the original Sumpter Valley Railway as well as rolling stock collected from other American narrow gauge railroads such as the Rio Grande, the East Broad Top and the White Pass & Yukon. More information on the Sumpter Valley rolling stock can be found on the Sumpter Valley Railway website.


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Rio Grande refrigerator car #168, bought in 2002 by the Sumpter Valley. It temporary sports the grey livery of the maintenance-of-way equipment and is numbered X168.
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Steel flat car #1185, built in the sixties to carry containers for the White Pass & Yukon. The car is at the Sumpter Valley since 1993.
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Like most of the original Sumpter Valley rolling stock, boxcar #1352 was bought second-hand by the railroad in 1980 from the Utah & Northern. It is currently being restored.
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UTLX narrow frame tank car #61, used orignally by the Rio Grande and then by the White Pass & Yukon, it has been bought by the Sumpter Valley Railroad Restoration Inc.
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Drop-bottom gondola #663, built in 1940 by the Pacific Car & Foundry for the White Pass & Yukon (Alaska) and bought by the Sumpter Valley in 1970.
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Caboose #5 was built by the Sumpter Valley shop in South Baker in 1926. It has been in use until the railroad was closed in 1947.



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